Special supplements of the Yale Bulletin & Calendar, including 'Summertime at Yale' and 'Yale & New Haven: A Progress Report,' are now available on-line.
The University will mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of its noted alumnus Edward Bouchet -- the first African-American student to graduate from Yale College and the first African-American in the United States to earn a Ph.D. -- with a series of events taking place throughout the year.
When the "Today Show" on NBC launched its new Book Club feature, the first two authors it showcased were from the Yale Law School: Professor Stephen Carter and second-year student Adam Haslett.
Two Yale researchers -- Beth Anne V. Bennett, associate research scientist and lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Terri A. Williams, research scientist in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology -- are among 22 women nationally who were named ADVANCE Fellows by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
This special supplement to the Yale Bulletin & Calendar provides information about services and activities available to all members of the Yale community. The supplement also contains the text of the Buckley Amendment, which details the University's policy on the rights of students regarding their educational records.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Famed poets to give readings and discuss their craft
Yale Library taking lead on project to establish international database of Middle Eastern resources
Three classics are woven into one in Rep's first offering
Painter and former art school dean Andrew Forge dies
Conference looks at conflict in Central Asia, Caucasus
Program will explore recent accomplishments and trends in the biotechnology industry
Film Fest showcases works by independent filmmakers
The art of wood turning is focus of symposium
Panel to explore the future of the environment
Coming to America: Program brings the world to New Haven
Traditions of French, American revolutions explored in weekend conference
President Richard C. Levin's Freshman Address
Yale College Dean Richard H. Brodhead's Freshman Address
Graduate students begin Yale chapter of their 'love story'
They're here! Photos of the arrival of the Class of 2006
While You Were Away: The Summer's Top Stories Revisited
Interns dedicated themselves to a summer of service
Sports and music were on the agenda in groups' trips abroad
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The University will mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of its noted alumnus Edward Bouchet with a series of events taking place throughout the year. Rudolph Zallinger's painting of Bouchet, above, is one of only three portraits hanging in the transcept of Sterling Memorial Library.
President Richard C. Levin and Yale College Dean Richard H. Brodhead survey the chaos on Old Campus on move-in day. They welcomed the Class of 2006 in Woolsey Hall on August 31.
President Levin's speech
Dean Brodhead's speech